A complete Flat consisting of four floors in the middle of the medieval village of San Pancrazio. Very conveniently located. Total living area 220 m2 Excluding the semi-basement, the attic and the outbuildings. These together have a total of approximately 195 m2. Together 415 m2. With private garden of about 120 m2. A covered terrace of 18 m2.
The rear has two balconies and a balcony at the front.
An outbuilding in the garden is divided into three rooms. Very suitable to live in and start your own Bed and Breakfast.
Layout of the building in the center of San Pancrazio:
Semi-basement: Living room / kitchen, a space for storage and a boiler room or for storage use. Here an apartment can be created with direct access to the garden.
Ground floor: consists of a former retail space, spacious garage with access to the hall and the semi-basement. A spacious living room, a spacious bedroom, a bathroom with access to the balcony and a toilet.
First floor: consists of living room / kitchen with access to the balcony at the front. Three spacious bedrooms, 2 with access to the balcony at the rear. A spacious bathroom. Separate access to the rear balcony. A small bedroom, here one can create a second bathroom. A room with access to the second floor (attic), no staircase yet realized.
Second floor (attic): very large. It is now a large open space. More bedrooms and bathrooms can be created here.
Technical condition: the construction, walls and roof are in good condition.
Optical work on the inside: the kitchen and bathrooms are outdated and need to be renewed.
On the outer surfaces the plaster should be repaired and painted in several spots according to your own taste.
New central heating must be installed.
Water and gas from the municipality.
Asking price € 80,000.00 costs to purchaser
House code 511
Distances from San Pancrazio:
Ambra 9 km with a nice restaurants, cafes and shops.
Monte San Savino is at 13 km: Busy medieval town with romantic center and many well-established gastronomy, good wines and olive oil. Here are also all kinds of large supermarkets and many shops and cafes with cosy terraces.
The motorway 20 km: Within 15 minutes you are on the A1 motorway. From here you can reach the most famous Tuscan famous cities. To Rome within 2.5 hours.
Arezzo 30 km: The capital of the province of Arezzo. Very famous for the largest antique market every first weekend of the month. Is visited by many international enthusiasts and traders. Of course, with all conceivable presidencies.
Siena 45 km: In the hilly surroundings of Tuscany lies the atmospheric and historic city of Siena. Together with nearby cities such as Pisa, Florence, Lucca and Volterra, the Italian city of Siena also attracts many tourists every year. The majority is drawn by the wonderful climate, the tasty local wines and the many historical attractions. The medieval city character is still well preserved in Siena. Especially during the Middle Ages, the city has developed a good reputation for art.
Florence 70 km: Florence’s museums, palaces, and churches house some of the greatest artistic treasures in the world. The most popular and important sites in Florence include the Cathedral, the Baptistery, the Uffizi, the Bargello, and the Accademia. The churches of Santa Maria Novella and Santa Croce are veritable art galleries, and the library of San Lorenzo is a magnificent exhibition of Michelangelo’s architectural genius. Wander some of the oldest streets in the city until you reach the Arno River, cross the Ponte Vecchio, and experience the “newest” area of Florence, the Oltrarno. Be sure to set aside time to see the vast and varied art collection housed in the Pitti Palace.
Pisa 155 km: Pisa, in northern Tuscany, is famous for its leaning tower, which all visitors must climb and take a good touristy photo with. You’ll be in the Pizza dei Miracoli, where you can admire the Cathedral and the Baptistery, both of which date back to the Italian Renaissance. Besides its tower, Pisa has much more to do and see. To visit its historic Piazza dei Cavalieri, take a stroll along the Arno River. And before you leave Pisa, be sure to try the local delicacy, a chickpea flour bread called cecina. If you visit Pisa in June, you’re in for a treat. That’s when the city holds a festival to honour its patron saint San Ranieri during its annual Giugno Pisano.
Please note, this may not be the properties exact location due to security reasons.